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THE BANK OF SPOKANE.
FwteJ Id Cluse lis Doors The . Prra
ilfiit a .lillinniirr.
IU Oiersl HeaaiN ! tif. fur two JnuUfe Women, one hi wife
Sih.k.WK, June . The Itank i.fP"l Her liutne Is Musu.
Kimkaiif Full ti-iuiNirarily i-Iim-J Us
doors this morning. TlH-iinalonUl,,ol,KSi,K'","lry,, cuner Kerry
taken uuietly. There la no run on the
The lank of Hpokane Fall waa or
ganized in 1 H79, ami la the olilext bank
north of Snake river. It hai always
been considered the strongest bnnk III
F-nstcrn Washington. The hard time
of the at year or so In Spokane, It in
thought, has pluocd the bank in alight
fix for read v mnncv. A. M. Cannon.
the president of the bank, waa an old
il..... r.-.l,l,i.t of Port and. and im
been lonif ideiitllled with U,.;
wtlfaieof Hpokane . lie has many
and dlvrrjlited Interenta in thla count
ry and U reputed to be a niilllonalre.
Kuacotitb II. Dennett, the cashier of
the bank, and son-Ill law of Mr. Can
lion, I also well known in this city,
where he waa rained.
The bunk ha a paid up capital of
floO.Oiio and a aurplua of $1 1,000.
There has been no statement of the li
abilities and assets.
Nkw Rr.Hroun, Muss., June 5. The
triul of Lizzie llonleii, of Full river,
churgctl with murdering her father,
Ainlicw Jackson Rordcn, and herste-
mother, Ahby Durfee Ilorden, an aged,
weulthy and highly re'Cted couple,
ou the morning of August 4th, 1802,
begnn here till morning. The moat
eminent erimliiul lawyers of the state
are employed, and the trial promise to
lie iiKwt Interesting and probably sen
autlomil. Theevideni la purely clr-
cunistnntlal. On the day In quint Ion,
aa fur a I known, the only persons in
the house were the old couple, Llszle
ami a maid servant, Rrldgct Sullivan,
who wait out Hide inoxt ol the morning
washing windows. Rorden waa out
In the morning, returning between 10
and 11 o'eliH-k, and it waa only a abort
time nfterwnnl, after a short vli.lt to
the burn, thul Lizzie culled to the scr
vuut to run for a doctor aa her father
hiu I been murdered. Shortly after
ward Mm. Ilorden waa missed, and a
aeurcli revealed her ldy In an upper
room; she hud evidently been killed
iwiiiie time before her husband. In
(mill fuses death rcMUltrd from blows
from aoiue heavy sharp iustiunient,
probably an ax; but the instrument of
dentil bus never Urn discovered. A
certain discrepancy in Lizzie's stories
and mine other suspicious clrcuin.
stances led to her arrest some week af
terward and ubcUent Indictment.
CiiitAtio June 5. Tlie day oHncd
cloudy, but toward noon the nun broke
through, promising good weather fur
the fair visitor. It la Denmark's Jay
in the White city. Resides opening Its
exhibit in the manufactures building,
there wen- addresses ami a mimical
programme in festival hall.
The Individual exhibits uinde by
tjuceti Victoria, and by Queen Mar
ghcrlta of Ituly, were brought to the
fair today. They have been in the safe
depoHit vaults on acconnt of thclrvalue
and the htavy bond of the exponltlon
for their nafcly.
A atiira In tlll.
Nkw YoitK, June 5. Tlie Times
nynllitil It l Hil.le that the entire
v nnte committee on immigration, if
liluli Hill in chairman, muy take a
truuHMiiitliiiutul trip thU milliner.
S-mitir Siiire hai urged that an ex
amlnution of the Chineae Immigration
liitntlon be nmde, and that at least a
MilHColiilnitleclie sent to the count to
niM-ertalti the condition of the Chineae
In ('uliforuia, Ort gon and WuMhlngton.
Siliie liielillHTa of the eommlltee favor
going in a body to San Francisco and
attempting to find out by personal In-
ieetion what mn of cttlwns China
PariMad ( llr t:ir(lsa.
The following is the result with ma
Jorltlesof the Portland city ekctlon,
City attorney, J V Reach, democrat,
City uuditor, A N Gamlsll, repuhli-c-an,
City surveyor, T M Hurlburt, repub
lican, plurality, !".
SuMTilitrndclit of streets, H I) (Ira
doll, repiiblh-an, plurality "13.
Councilman, sixth ward, Joseph
Ttrwllliger, n pul.llean.
Couneihiian, seventh wanl, TC Ma
Councilman, eleventh ward, John
Tbf rr I - Oil Mrl lilfsi".
New Yokk, June 5. The Sjnih
princess and suite left this morning
for llileago. The arty was escorted
from the hotel to the ferry by a battal
ion i.t the signal corps. Mayor Oilroy
and the rvreption cominittee. A spe
cial steamer con vcyed theni to Jemey
Oty, wliere they t'X a sieelal train
on the Pennsylvania roa.L
nines illghbindrrs Url Away Willi
Kallt Uiunl. Junt
Nilelii Journal: Hnlcin was the
m.h-ii of rlrt-fIaMt kidnapping aflulr
Kiinduy. Two Chi new highbinders
committed the crime at 2 p. lit. Mur
akami, young Jupanti', went to the
; Chinese restaurant to get some meals
I Twollilncsr had a team lack of
'tel..! 111.. . t .. 1... u
.-in n.ill Bfl lit W US gtlllt1
tliry rushed Into the buck tbsir, pulled
Mssn, or Mm. Muruknml, nut f her
l-l, wrnpicd her In a blanket, bundled
Iht into a top carriage and lied with
hit. ijou seen oi llicin 1 1 icy were
crossing tin big In I1k for I'olk county
oil a dead gallop.
.viuruKiuui say lie im isyii ii-r. a
yeur. Hi' brought the women over from
! Japan two mouth Mgo, and they eauie
" .-aiem a lew nays ago. I ne women
cannot talk at all. These Japs ran not
make Ihenna-lvcM undentoMl, except
through an interpreter. I'aier were
made nut todny for the arnut of the
unknown vlllulim. Their purMwc U
unitoublcdly to M'lt the womaii into
slavery, or worse, in Hun FranvlMii.
She will lie disguised as a hoy and if
they can hind her there they will get a
thousand dollars for her at least. Hut
the Sulem sillce nre on their truck and
the result will be awuitcd with keen
Murakami was in Kugvne this morn
ing looking very crest-fulleii us no clue
haslieen found as yet. He has not
slept since the nll'uir hapiciied.
ftsw lark Draistrsli,
At.liANV, N. Y., June . It can be
stated ujmiii authority, whi-.-h if staled
would not be disputed, thut the Cleve
land Ivmocrata have rvMilved to run a
srparute IH-Miocratlc atute ticket this
coming full. They will seek admission
to the IwiuiH'ratlc slate convention,
which will be controlled by Hill, Mur
phy, Sheehnn and (iov. Flower, but
form already that their delegates will
is refused admisMion, and aeconlingly,
they are making plans, as stated, to
hold a state convention of their own,
and nominate a Mate ticket rnnix-d
of dlll'crvnt men than thore who will
In nominated by the Jllll-Murphy-Shcchnu-Flowcr
convention. All the
state nfllccr except tho governor and
lieiiteiisnt-governor, are elected this
full, also the Judge of the -court of ap
peals. t:iar W'llhlba Patltr,
Mkiu kd, Cal., June 5. IU v. A. IU
lU-ains, pastor of thu M. 11 Church
South, lias elos-d with Miss Iou1m
ituckcr, his organist, w ho is 17 years of
age. licauis left town with the young
lady yesterday afternism, and the run
aways are now supposed to Is- In Ouk
land, for which point It I known
Iteam bought tickets. Miss Itueker's
father lias obtained warrants for the
arrest of the couple. Her mother, who
has IsM-n suffering from a slight men
tal derangement, has now become vl
olently Insane. Iteauis, who came
here only lust September leaves a wife
and five children. There is considera
ble talk aud offers to tar and feather
him on liU return.
Oalar I Ills Uratb.
TkkxtuX, ". J., June 6. Charles Y.
Richmond, an aeronaut, inude a
foot ascension today anil lmt his life,
Richmond rose gracefully, sailing In a
southeasterly direction. When lie cut
loose from the balloon it was noticed
by the ss-etKtrs that the Miruchut
falleil to work properly, and they were
horrified to see Richmond di-seend
with llght.'iilng nipldity. innking re
volutions in the air us he came down.
Several women fainted, and every
Issly in the great throng was sickened
by the spectacle. Richmond landed in
a muddy little stream. K lie was
alive w hen he touched the surface he
SAXUt'fKY, Ohio, June 5. The Sav
Iiil'S lnk here was ut In the hands
of a reccivci this morning.
ClllcACio, June .. On board of trade
wheat worked oir more than a cent
touching the lowest figure n-uched In
this market in miny years. There are
large receipts lu the northwest, Hut
cables, Increase on oc.-an pange, and
fears of further failures are the princi
Mll.wAt'KKK, June 5. A seusntion
was erest.-d this afterixsm by Judge
Walker instructing the grund jury to
investigate the failures of the I'liiiikin-
ton Rank, and IjipjsMi A Co.
Tkt naairrry I ssilsf mrlh.
Sax Francis1", June .V Orders
are exps"ted from the navy depart
ment In Washington for tlie coast de
fense monitor Monterey to make a trip
along the coast. A letter rvcejvrd by
naval ofllcer in this city states that the
authorities had Intended iu the event
of tlie Monterey proving a sili-ersa,
which she did on the trial trio, of
sending her to visit all the ports along
the wsmt. from J-an Incgo to I'ngel
Tfete Salraa Jlrilaa
Sai.F.M, June 5. The ilirectors of the
Oregon Rrwling and Siesl AsMM-ia-
tion, of Salem, held a meeting tonight
preparatory to the coming race meet
ing of July 4, S and k The association
pmvid-s for the payment of purses to
tbeamot of I4O00. '
The San Francisco Examiner
comet to us this morning with a
mammoth edition of l'JO pages.
duly two i.cwspa'K'ra ure pub
li"liil in Pouglas county aHlioiiKli
more are expected soon. Ijiii
county lias plenty, in fact Ustuuny
for the territory. Nine ns r are
jiviblishcil in this county.
I'rof. Love's I'topian city in NU
ajj ir i county, New York, is to have'
'.'00, Ht.) inhabitants pleilge.1 to so-;
hriety, industry and gisxl onler. J
No liad Hii;ile arc to eriiiittel
t stay in the community.
;.v. Flower, of New York, tells
puMic oih.vrs iipplyin for in-i-ri-a-eiT
comMiis:itiun that they
couM by resignation allow their
pl.i.i-s So la til l.-.l liy jktsoiis wholly
ujK'icnt to serve the community
at the rates (Wet by law. It U
likely that taxpayers are of pretty
t:m h the same opinion at tiov.
Flower. There has never been a
limu lie ii good citizens willing to
ncccpi appointments to ollicc were
inure numerous than now.
While bank failures arc common
in thu Fast, caused by runs and
inability to realize immediately on
assets, it is a matter of congratula
tion that the banks of Kugctic arc
conducted by men who have lived
herealmo-tu life tinicand have built
up enviable reputation for integ
rity and good business tnaiiago
incnt. They have the confidence
of dcjHitor?, and are not liable to
be cramsil by n sudden demand
for the money they hold on depos
it. The balloon sc.-imjh has ojicned
nnd ncwspajicr readers may look
for items of the death of thisorlhat
professor" giving an exhibition of
aeronautic. A crank in Huffalo.
New York, showed 20,000 jicople
what a fool he was, the other-day,
by jumping off tho roof of a house
with an ordinary umbrella strutched
over hitn. Tho next moment his
skull was crushed and his hack,
arms and legs were broken. The
nan leaves a wife and four chil
Tho New York World comment
ing ou the shipment of gold to
Eurojie Bays: For what are we
laying out this gold? Obviously
the movement means that Kurojiean
capitalists have been sending home
American securities in volume,
w'thdrawiug their money from in
vestment here, aud leaving us to
tlint extent to carry our own load.
This movement is in part account
ed for by tho heavy invceUMenta
and losses of foreign capitalists in
the Argentine Republic, in Aus
tralia and in the Panama fraud.
These have undoubtedly caused tli
withdrawal of very large sums from
investment here for use elsewhere,
and much of the money is irre
trievably lost, while most of the. re
mainder is too deeply involve! in
difficulty to be disentangled There
is no present proejicct of its return
Portland Dispatch: A number
of unemployed men met, yesterday
afternism, at the plaza and passed
resolutions to Is) presented to the
city council demanding work.
Their claim is that they are all res
idents of the city aud unaLlo to
find employment. Their appeal is
entitl'-d to respectful consideration
and, if )tihlc, aclion should be
taken by the council on the lines
intimated. There is no greater
menace to the security of home and
projs-rty and the good order of so
ciety than a largo number of uneov
ployed men. The best of men will
steal before they will starve or eee
their children 'suffering day after
day for the nv eyries of life. Jt
is prudent economy on the jmrt of
city to provide work for the idle,
willing hands within its borders.
Poverty produces crime and crime
is far more expensive to a city than
Uxea for public improvement,
which furnish the means for sub
verting the crime. On the other
hand all labor judiciously applied
produr-es wealth and adds to the
ealth-attracting powers of a city.
There should be an effort made to
furnish labor to the unemployed in
ROMAN'S : A ).
A CAUTION CtnCULAR SUCD BY
CHICAGO WOMEN'S SOCICTICS
AH Watb ay V . ...i.Uu V railing.
I'ar l'nlmalr I'rnslljr
tarlrtr Wl.il lu ia Wllh llrll skirt.
Lllararr Waaira aa.l llalaml.
The following circular has Uen a. nt
out frotn Clilcogo:
We, the tnetuls-rs of tho unlet i.-s i f
Cliicago luten-st.sl in the w. lfure i f
Women, and N ing in a pitioti to know
ths dangers here threatening young, in
experienced or thoughtless gills, give
this warning to mothers and guardians
of such voting persona who may visit
Cldrago during tho World's fair.
Care should be taken lest the young
visitor be expnai-d toevil inlliiriices. Tlie
worst aa well as tho best of man and
womankind will bo in Chicago during
tbe next six months. Unfortunately it
Is true that ths worst are often more
active than the lst. We urge njn
parrot the following suggestions:
If pisible, accompany yourdanghturs
on their visit to tho World a fair, but
nnder no consideration permit them to
leave home without the escort and su
pervision of a trustworthy pcrmai of ma
ture age and ei;icrii tic.
If yon have no relatives or frien.U
with whom yon can stay wlu'o in the
city, or if you are unable to put up at a
Orst class hotel, he i art ful in your s. lec
tion of a Ismrding house. lWnreof tho
"nice, tpiiet resort for ladim" rivom
nieode.1 bys'ino ihishing stranger. If
yon are without aeiinaintaiitt in Clii
cago, address the Women and Chihlr'ti's
Protective agency, ris.m tc.,,;, Opera
House building, Chicago. Thit agency
wdl refer you to some perron who h
resprctuhle rooms to rent. If yt u shout I
arrive iu thu city after businiss hour
alone and friendluss, it would le wim to
ask inforuisiion from the janitr ss iu tho
ladies' waiting room at any d -p..! and
to remain ui.der her proteetio i .luring
the remniniu hours f the uigl.t.
Mako no hasty a4'tnaintane hi. 'l,u
cars, tiirls should accept no i-ivit.tinn
from a stranger to visit tlieateis or con
certs and should especially In'WH re . if late
suppers in so called restaiiruu s, whitii
are often wine rooms.
The newsuiMra will U- full "f silver
tlMimeutsof "light work ami go si wages
fur young girls." Agents a -e guing
through the country districts .vith the
same suggestions. Accept no t Ter until
after thorongh investigation id the un
tare of the work and of tin clii ras ter of
ths Hnous advertisiu;.
Theals.vu wasaigutsl by the following:
Tlie Women and Children's I rolectivo
agoncy, Chicago Relief and Ai! s.h iety.
Cliicago Woman's club, Illinois Woman's
alliance, Home of tho rriendless. Dea
coness' borne, S division Chicago Chris
tian Eudenvor nuiou. King's Daughters,
Ceutrul W. C. T. U.. I'.pworth league,
Working Woman's boms, Anchorngn
mission, Children's Aid s-s i. ty, A.lelphia
AM Work bjr Wuiura.
To those who have twtid no particular
attention to the work that women are
doing in the applied arts, the exhibition
of their work lately saeii at the American
art galleries must have beeu a pleasure
and a surprise. K ,wo idea of its scojm
is to be had by noticing the groups in
which the work U catalogued, one group
consisting of appli.-d and decorative
painting, one of staintsl felass and glass
mosaics and a third of modeling and
plastic ornament. (J roup 4 shows si-cl-mens
of designing ftud construction of
furniture, wood carving mid ornament
ed. Inlaid and gild.il wotsls; group 3, or
namented leather, pats r and other wall
hangings, ami group 0, modern textiles,
needle wrought tajssitries and designs
for car wis.
Modern eiiibroiileries. eccl.siiustical
embroideries of d. -signs for gold and sil
ver work and for thu engraviug aud
earring of prci-iona and semiprecious
stones are included in other groups. Con
dderahle space is also devoted to liottery
por plains and cut and engraved glass.
A smaller group shows whut women
have done In designing or working in
wrought iron, brass and copper. One of
the most Interesting tb-iartuieuts is filled
with the book covers, bindings and Illus
trations done by women. Modern hand
made laces are also a part of the exhib
it. Much of this work has bw n accept
ed by manufacturers who have a reputa
tion for bringing ont in their various
lines many of tho choietAt and nitrnt ar-
tbitio things in the market.
A glance at the exhibits shows nothing
more charming fur pillows, lssikcasv
curtains and other hangings than the
"shadow silks" of the Associate 1 Artists,
with their soft, changeable lights. New
A JmwUh Wadding la LmmIvb.
There is always autnethiiig very effect
ive about a Jewish wed. ling, aud noth
iag could have tsn pn-ttier than the
wndding of Mrs. RisrhotTsheim's liits.e,
MJm Hose Uoldsruidt, with Duron Kou
igswater, which took plure at the Re
form synagogue in lierkelry street.
There was nothing spot-tally remarkable
al-cmt the wedding dress, wlikh was
tnnimed with chiffon and had a conrt
train carriotl by a tiny maiden of 4 in a
quaint Dutch ositumH, but the loiiiiu t
was ounipcrsil almost entire! orange
Lloaauuis, whkh are particularly luxu
riant this year, with clusters of tiuy
green and yellow orangi-e which gave a
pretty touch of color to the purity of
the bri'bd a'.'ire. Tho bri'ltsinai.U' ca
tanes of widte silk were vry charm
ing, though they were i!rasd with the
lace fichu w'.iieb still pervades ws-bhnj
gsnuent. 1tiy were thoroughly Kw
In style. Tlinsi tiuy frill ornamented
tbe skirt, aud tlie sleeves w -re tight
Marly to tL" shoulder, wh. ro they were
absorbed in' hrj'h pnfTi.
Very JTet;;.- !;:o tasran straw were
trimuwsl w:'..i pink v in t and r and
look's! hks.'m inetrnatjon cf miuiu' r,
and pink l f il ia a shower ot-t tlie
frtttt of thtnr gowns. Tim brei-grs.tu'e
gift to eac h was a brc b of Uiatuoo 1
aai ruby cttrlncd Learla snrui'i:td
u.ur.,r i.. u
l ! 'ptli ll !'. r I. " i t. llh.l.J , V I . Ii V I .
I.ir ,! int. i. l. .Mi i,..i..;i.i i ! -.',. I
Vci V h.oi. Uiiiii' In .. ; . .v:ic ua,ei .
tlu i Willi y ilow slid iruiiiind v itii i '. I
Lk ', wlulo uiU'tlu r iiiiHing figure .n
tin bridegroom's iimtlu r, ILinuc K. n
lgs rater, In dark lUn N.tiu.-I..'ii! u
Co.. linl ib li'liu Tel.-gl.iph.
Viaatra I air I'l.iluiaMrr.
1 henewstMiiie front Wliiot;'i'U th.it
the pnsiideut has proitmlgntisl an order
Uu t "women who received priMidenti.d
Ipi ointment under fontn r admini! ra
tio .a are to Is? placed on tin' di-xpgiliMed
list With IliaM'llltlHI ef-oRiceholders."
Th menus in elT.vt simply that tlie
wo uen who have Iss-n s -polntisl pimt-
ms ters iiinlt r furui'T a.lunni-t rations
' wti not 1st si'is'intisl again, fur very f.-w
WiMiicn ludissl have tss-u aps.intisl to
any other position thnn tlial of stmns-
It limy be added that it would ls well
,lf the president would tii.w ui.'pt the
further ruin of a's.iutmg women a
portiuast. r In every case where ho can
do coiisisteiitlr w itb tho public inter
est They have but a small share of odl
cial places at the lst and should receive
all the consideration that ran ls extend
il to tlielil ill the small field of employ
mt it that is open to them. The services
of men are n ipiired iu the larger mtof
Dc. s undoiibteilly, but women inn and
do till the minor oftiiva mn h as Di.shi in
Ulfst tif the towns nnd villages v. hi.lly
to tlie satisfaction of the public aud of
the ptwtvl'ii.' destrtlueiit. No limit
h. uld Is nps'intsl smtmaster vtli. n u
wouiau can U found todischarge the du
ties of that Mtion. Wear.tsurotli.it
thin plan would 1st approve.1 by the (so
ph' generally, and we venture to express
the hope that it will commend itself to
the apTiivsl of the pr.-idelit. Cliarl.
toll News nnd Courier.
Ths IVasllJ if N.ilorlrljr,
I'.ugraved titM.it heavy i n'.im pap. r lu
silver Very pretty lli.mi llradley Mar
tin wielding invitations must have been.
"lifferent from yuurs.'" Now, .llly
and truly, what of it Would ymi 1st
willing tu change J lace With Mi f.lr
tin if you had to p-ty the ptice? ,
Which is, among other tilings, to do
exactly what is convention. illy proper
from one da) ' end to auoth.-r. To l.vo
with the eye of thu public which never
takes seriously ss.pln whoso claim for
pr cnleiice is uiero aristocracy i'onttn
ua!ly upon you.
And to have, oh, horrors! the tho
the lingerie of your fiance talk. si of by
tin. column iu a daily pu-r, an I ths
whole town laughing bevauso of it.
Vottld you not vastly prefer to wtsl a
mil il who il.ssui't wear any? No; I ih.u't
exnctly inenn that, either. Rut what 1
am trying to say Is, Isn't it nicer to Is)
in love with a man who isn't of enough
inrsirtanco to huvo thisH) of hi clot Ins
wb.ch don't show hung up ou a line iu
And so long as you uro not definitely
Inf nnisl to tlie contrary, you will pre
fer to believe thut since your young man
Is i ot of the earth, earthy, he does not
cli he himself in raiment such as mere
mi i wear. Now, won't yon? Orace E.
Dr w in New York lYess.
IVhal la I lu With lull Skirls.
1 hero is no doubt that the alisorbing
toj 10 of feminine interest just now is the
qu ation of what is to Imi done with last
sui imer's Ml skirts. Tho fact is Is
coi ting palpable, puinftilly so, to the
wo nen who walk up aud down street
and avenue eying each other critically,
thut the INTO skirt is not a success a far
as tlie average homemade oue is con
cerned, aud tlie majority are not mil
lioi jiiresw-s and do mako onr skirts at
hoi 10. Tim pictures are beautiful in the
faiion Issjks, but aa usual the itlttal is
far too high, and in this case too wide to
be realised. Must of the skirt areinado
wi'hout gores around the waiat, and in
coi. sequence catch np awkwardly in
fn nt, which ia agonising unless one's
footwear la perfect.
No one who has Itaudsoiue dresses,
worn maybe twice last summer, Is going
to discard them for this monstrosity.
For such there is a way out of the dim
culty, a simple lifting of the bell skirt.
A triangular piece is cutoff from the
be k width of the bell skirt, und then
It is gathered Into tbe waistband. Ily
lining the bottom with a piece of hair
cloth ouly five inches wide the desired
stl'.fness Is given, ami you have a skirt
im!te enough In the style to last during
tbe present fashion, which is evanes
cei.t. Washington Post.
Lltsrarjr H'umsa anl Husbands.
Some idiot, having nothing else to do,
baa recently wept over women with al
legsd brains because they can't get hus
band. Tbiswt alleged bruins interfere.
Mm won't have them for wives at any
pri.-e. For proof of this assumption this
Idiot names various literary women who
sre unmarriisl. The conclusion arrived
at is that these women are single because
tie y have had nochance to 1st other wise.
As a matter of fart there aro few women
In 'his country who cannot marry early
and often if they wish. Tho proportion
of unmarriisl literary women ia mi larger
tin n unmarri.sl any other kind of woman.
Men marry und women marry when
actuated by love, not la-rause thooppo-
rit-t s-x has or has not a gigantic Intel-e-t,
but because of personality. When
lit' rary women sre attra.-tivo in jaTstn
or manner, or ssics the indescnliable
je ne aais i'ioi, which often g-s fart)n r
then beauty, they draw the opposite sex,
and vice versa, (icorge Hand and (ieorge
K! it an 1 Mrs. Druwuing had no beauty
v!.ttvcr, but they aps-al's to rerlaia
in. u very decidedly. The old fashioned
id. i of the ha b!-l died iviiiid time sl.1.
Tl ssrribbliug idi'd Itabiluran. K.ite
T; Id's Washington.
prlnj Xadlt-lars tar Ysssg Haan.
. '.li;" and I went into a down town
it i:rwiit to Iuih h tho other day. We
ha . broiled lo' -t. r nnd French fried f
t. s- and then lta-1 W. !-h ran bit. Tlien
M lssai l, "Oh, I i.l;i.o-t forgot!" and
h tiilnd a I "tt l.t of 1 p-. n out t f L. r
o. l-l an 1 1 V three L'.'.ia )i'!lowtal
U . .,t h.-r t.i-ste.n.
I u-.t l!r.!i i-ji rilay, tu she tn
'I 1.1 1 .... i. i 1 . i : I.t h'.i.l W44
!'.: , i ; : i t. I., i I l: ' I saw
I . 1 i' ; ' I ; . .'. iioin.i.. ic, and
iiies.n l: ' . !'. 1 i t..!,:n.; . t.it.M and
.ttoilist. if . !i l.itlm. i inn ti.vsis
lii.-lli me at tin. tii.ie i ( lln je.ir "
Don.thy 1'nv.d it .li ting herself (she
Weighs loj poitti l t w it!i lirr M'alskiu coat
on) an I taking tli. hot it. r treatment
one .mart if I ilin ; I.ako Michigan
Ouldw i'.li t w ry uu u!. Ilverjissly cuts
prunes, till i.i.u is r.niiu.l.sl of that
aw ful i.uu. and drmViiig hot water l
ilery common fa.l. f.ulphnr nnd mo
luws itrn hi Ill y re'oiiiiiiend.s, und one
, Isuirdiiig ri li.s l 1 r I told mo slut was
taking blue mass! Now didn't you think
, we wit were advanced and civilized
to dose ours. Ives in tliii iti.lisi-riminate
I manner? Hut perhaps wn sliall all he
riioiigh puntlisl and t l.iriln .1 by thesn
prtKi-sses t.) escnst the cholera if It
cornea. Chicago News-Record.
A llrrarh ot C.wa.1 llrasdlug.
During tho juist w inter a lady, open
ing a Hew, largo and ban lst.tno houst,
Usuivl invitations for a lull. Out of
nearly Uul seceptaiictsi, failed to ap
pear, and yet they had all Us u j.rovidod
for in the t nt. rlaiiiiiieiit. Another lady
gave a smaller party, and out of I V) r
suns who aivepttsl 7 j did not go. Then
aguin, win u Invitations had Iss-n issued
for privatu theatricals or reading and
d. tinite ntisu its had lsvn rtspitsttetl by
reason of th.' seats, the acceptances were
not at all eoiisid. nsl, nnd thtt hostess
wns prevetitisl from asking other friends
the invitations Is ing linuttsl liecause
she could not Isiieve that t hairs by dot-
lens would l empty. Min bs.k theac
j reptance, as any true woman would have
done, iu g.ss faith.
There muy In reasons why some fow
' persons ut the List moment are prevent
ed from attending a party, but not iu
thu iiumls'is uls.vo given. When such
things tloiN'Clir, a Well bred sToU will
end his or her uis.logy, whitii of course
is coin tis.us ami admissible. Rut to ac
cept an iuvitalioii not meaning to at
tend, aud for the absurd reason, aa ha
bevn given, that it is more, silite to as
cept than to refuse, is the height of ill
breeding, iui's'htciie and discourtesy.
1W .ii Transcript.
Ths Nrwr Nuuvsnlr alas.
Jlio iII.ihhj aiiuveiiir quarter dollars
which coiignsis nuthoriz.sl to lie minted
for thu lioard of lady managers of the
World's fair have Just lsi-n buttled.
Those souvenir emus am of s-uliar in
terest f..r m-v tal reuMuis. The act of
congress authorUiiig their issue only
provl.hs for thu minting of fio.issi, or
40,0110 tilartcrs; hence tliey will be ex
treiii. lv rare. They ara rertuiu to colu
mn ml the attention of women the world
over, siuco they are the l.nt rts-oguitlou
by uny government of tlio ptstition that
woiiiuii are iatainiii; in art, industrial
and BM'lal movements. Ths coin itself
is a work of art.
One of the HHt iul feiiture of the now
coin is that it is the I'.ri'l issued by this
government to War t'.io portrait of a
woman. Other coins Is'itr tint (Itsldess
of Liberty i.nd similar i h id tlgures, but
this Is tho first H.rlrait of a real woman.
The coin Is Intended bythe list i.inul gov
ernment to coiniiif morale two important
events the aid given by (Jucon Isabella
to Columbus, which enabled him to make
the voyage of discovery to America, and
the first ssvlnl provision matle by the
Uultetl Htutte government for the ade
quate participation of women In an en
terprise of worldwide importance. Ex
change, Mrs. Irtrslaad's Schawl ,
Mrs. Cleveland waa not noted for be
ing a brilliant scholar while at school or
college Hhe was an indolent, fun lov
ing girl and was not a "gtssiy goody" or
a "holy terror." Her first French com
ptsiltlou was a biographical account of
EugneneKue, very badly written as far aa
peuuiaushlp giwa aud crouched in th
humblest of French words. She called
herself Frank In th.ste days aud waa
very fond of dancing and having her
"plctur bs.k." tihe was a real, little,
simple American girl without any ex
traordinary talents, Prolwbly that waa
why she was so isipuhtr with the people
of a democratic land. Hhu had no ultra
aristocratic training or manners or preju
dices. 1 1 remains to be seen w bether aft
er ber sisial experience of eight years
she will be as much of a favorite a ever,
l.lotM Far uaamr VYsar.
The shop aro alreaily making a dis
play of the serviceable castor or so called
washing gloves with good sized buttons
at the wrist. These gloves are not only
a good purchase for seaside and country
wear, but they are most desirable for
general uses. The leather Is soft and
pliable, and sponged every now and then
with a little warm water in which a bit
cf Castile Soup bus been dissolved thif
can be kept in gotsl wearing order for a
much longer time than glove of un
Miss Viola Roseboro, wtuste stories
have g lim-d her many admirers, baa left
her southern home and taken up Iter
alsxle In New York city. Mis Rose
boro ha tho distinction of having hail
12 stories accepted by Tho Century in a
Fran Cosima Wagner is recovering
well from the sir ku i f npop'.i xy she re
ceive. 1 ii.iiio three week ago. She was
still very feeble at but reports, but she
has a splendid constitution, and tlie doc
tor l s.k for a complete recovery.
Pi t dogs am being clytd soustoLar
nioiiuit with tlu color of th ladies' bon
loir. Tin y are t'.r.-sM 1 in tullor niadj
. loih. s. The fashionable coloring for a
.ij,.'.l whitii joo-!J i two ahadt s of Vio
M. A ) o..r-g women t 1. ; honest bool La
I. n t r tabli t y t pnvmmcnt la
t!:-) i !y of Hoi ,.!vao. r ior l!ie pnrie
f t...:iiii. r.i i'Ui r.lt for servtc
t' ' All.' ri alt ii h ; '..t lie eolopalty.
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... t !.m- (ti i
v. i.h a soft fi.d